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Recurring UTI, kidney infection, feel constant urge to urinate, burning and foul urine, eases with a glass of water. What is the cause?

Hi, So ive had uti s a lot in the past before, and ive also had a kidney infection because the doctors perscribed to weak of an antibiotic . In any event i feel a constant need to pee, and sometimes i have a little burning or smell when i do pee. It feels different than other times ive had UTIs and ive been drinking cranberry juice and water which seems to make the issue stop for a while. This is where its weird- after i pee and i feel i need to pee again if i drink half a glass of water i feel totally balance and all my symptoms stop- and the desire to pee is not nearly as bad as a UTI feels
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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The problem you are having is not UTI.There seems to be overactivity of Urinary Bladder.If the problem persists then you can try a course of Tab Oxybutynin 2.5 mg HS.Continue to have at least 2.5-3.0 litres of fluids daily
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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